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Somerville Medievalist Research Group

Somerville is home to one of the largest groups of medievalists in Oxford: our interests range from manuscripts to music theory, from genre to gender studies, from the British Isles to Russia.

We meet regularly for informal lunchtime discussions, but also organise interdisciplinary work-shops and conferences. Over the last five years, these have resulted in a series of conferences and workshops as well as two book publications.

 

Work on a third volume, on Temporality, is under way. There will be a workshop on 23/24 June 2016 in Somerville College.

Associates

Sean Curran, JRF in Music, Trinity College, Cambridge

Manuele Gragnolati, Professor of Italian, Sorbonne; Senior Research Fellow, Somerville

Racha Kirakosian, Assistant Professor of Medieval German and Medieval Religion, Harvard

Alastair Matthews, Marie Curie Research Fellow, University of Southern Denmark

Monika Otter, Associate Professor in Medieval English, Dartmouth College

George Southcombe, Director, Sarah Lawrence Programme, Wadham

Francesca Southerden, Assistant Professor in Italian, Wellesley College

Katherine Sykes, Lecturer in Medieval History, Hertford

 

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